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 Post subject: Canada town hunts for injured ‘Bigfoot’
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The Daily Herald
Monday, May 7, 1979
Arlington Heights
Paddock Publications
Canada town hunts for injured ‘Bigfoot’
Barriere, British Columbia (UPI) – Dozens of persons trudged through the woods near this small mountain community Sunday investigating a youth’s claim he shot a Sasquatch the legendary and elusive “Bigfoot”. Tim Meissner, 16, said he and three friends were fishing on Dunn Lake about 40 miles north of Kamloops last Saturday when they heard a high-pitched screech that lasted about 30 seconds.
Meissner said he looked toward the opposite bank in time to see a creature about 300 yards away, standing with its arms raised before it turned and ran into the bush. The youths crossed the lake and found the body of a deer, its neck apparently broken, camouflaged by a blanket of branches and moss.
Two Days Later, Meissner and his friends returned to the site, and Meissner again spotted the creature staring at him from about 50 feet away. “He was about nine feet tall, black and hairy,” Meissner said. “He had a human-like face with great big glaring bright eyes and shoulders four-feet wide.”
The two stared at each other for a few seconds then a “very scared” Meissner fired his Remington rifle. “I was aiming for right between his eyes ad he went down on one knee and one hand. At first, I thought he was dead, but I guess I only grazed him, because he got up and ran away at about 30 miles an hour.” Meissner said one of his friends had a camera but was below an embankment and couldn’t see the creature.
The High School student said he had no doubt that what he saw was a Sasquatch, the man/animal said to roam the wilds of British Columbia and Washington state. “It couldn’t have been any other animal and it wasn’t a human because no human can run that fast, especially straight up an embankment. His reports drew dozens of people to the bush around Barriere in search for the Sasquatch, but not all local residents are convinced. Ken Wright, a civilian radio operator with Kamloops’ Royal Canadian Mounted Police, said Meissner probably shot at a bear. “The bears are just coming out of hibernations, and they look pretty scruffy this time of year.”


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